Non-Degree-Bearing Licensure Programs
Principal Licensure Program
The Principal License program prepares educators to serve as building principals and educational leaders. The rigorous two-year curriculum is offered largely online, and includes a yearlong internship in a school setting. The courses are taught by Oregon-based faculty. The Coalition of Oregon School Administrators, University of Oregon’s educational partner, offers an unprecedented level of support to students as part of its mission of developing and supporting school leaders. Licensure students also get access to many of the COSA Professional Learning opportunities.
Professional Administrator Licensure Program
This program is designed for educators who want to work in school district jobs that require the highest level of administrator license. A Professional Administrator License qualifies educators to serve at the district level (including the superintendency) or at multiple schools. The program consists of mostly online courses and an internship in a school district setting. Licensure students also get access to many of the COSA Professional Learning opportunities.